Before telephones - whether it was a landline or cellphone - citizens wanting to connect to others across the country or world used a ham radio.
One man's trash is another man's treasure at this year's Re-Hatched recycled art market at the 2015 Gainesville Chicken Festival.
Classic and modern Broadway show tunes and classic hymns will be heard across college and church campuses alike this month.
Men and women will don their old work clothes to walk along the shoreline or wade into and paddle on the water to help clean debris from the county's rivers and lakes next weekend.
As the temperatures begin to rise and flowers begin to bloom, the Hall County Master Gardeners are putting the final touches on its upcoming annual Spring Garden Expo.
For the second year in a row, downtown Gainesville will be crammed with people and their four-legged friends for the Mutts on Main event.
Anglers of all ages will vie to be the best fisherman in the 26th annual Helen Trout Tournament this weekend.
While many pieces of art can fill a gallery, it is a rare to see one piece take over one room. But the University of North Georgia has such a piece of art.
The classic tale of a toymaker and his wooden puppet which comes to life will appear on stage in Dahlonega this weekend.
As the Bowen Center for the Arts aims to entertain members and visitors from all across the region, it tries to teach area residents how to create their own arts, too.
Aiming to supply deceased veterans the honor they deserve and ease families' burden of transportation, Donald Ware began a company to provide these services with In Their Honor Transports.
"There's a bright golden haze on the meadow" and "the corn is as high as an elephant's eye" in "Oklahoma!"
Riverside Military Academy cadets will morph into the quirky and memorable characters of one of William Shakespeare's most well-known comedies this week.
Music lovers with an affinity for Johann Sebastian Bach and his other classical friends will be delighted with the upcoming concert from the Lanier Chamber Singers.
Walkers and runners of all shapes, sizes and fitness levels can trek across Riverside Military Academy as part of the annual Chamber Chase next week.
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For more than 50 years, members of the American Legion Paul E. Bolding Post 7 have been providing Hall County with a Fourth of July celebration to honor those who have served in U.S. military.
A rite of passage for children is attending summer camp, but not all kids get to experience it. Challenged Child & Friends wants to change that.
Grab a lawn chair and blankets or reserve a table to hear the patriotic sounds stream from the instruments of the Northwinds Symphonic Band next week.
The jungle will be jumping as Bagheera the Panther and Baloo the Bear try to convince the human boy Mowgli to join the human civilization in the Disney version of "The Jungle Book."
A full-length, modern-day drama of tragedy and hope will take centerstage as the LiveYes Productions presents "The Two to Blame."
The inner workings of the most complex and fascinating structure - the human brain - can now be discovered at a special exhibition this summer at Fernbank Museum of Natural History.
Starting your own company can take time, effort and money. But beginning a small business venture is becoming easier thanks to the Internet.
As eating sustainable and local food becomes all the craze, one regional event will teach more about these lifestyle choices.
Finally, busy bees can take an afternoon off at a Gainesville garden as an actress and author plus her daughter plan to entertain young children next weekend.
Shakespearean prose and Elvis' shaking hips will make an appearance on the Piedmont College campus this month.
Toe-tapping, lip-smacking and bid-making are all actions residents may feel their bodies are inclined to do next weekend in downtown Gainesville.
Sounds of strings will tempt Northeast Georgia residents onto the dance floor June 27 for the monthly contra dance in Sautee Nacoochee.
A mixture of rock, funk and some soul music will pump through the speakers at the second show of the Summer Concert Series in Cornelia.
Amateur ham radio operators will man their machines for two consecutive days with one task in mind: Contact as many amateur or ham stations across the United States and Canada as possible in 24 hours.
Legends of the Wild West will spur their way into Dillard to kick off the Tallulah Gorge Skywalk Celebration this week.
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